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Sunday, August 7, 2011

Larger stamps

Welcome to my room . Thanks for calling in .
There have been some lovely comments  left for me  and I thank you for those . I find them really encouraging and to visit those that I can is awesome .
 I  have been catching up on some commenting today and inking  some stamps I bought a few weeks ago .
The two  images  I share tonight are from Kaszazz.

Now firstly , just a tip . I found that inking these large stamps is so much easier if you use a brayer. This  image is  'Card Art Man of the House' . Ink was Basic Brown  and Pumpkin Pie. Sentiment is from Stamp-It
Whole image was 3D onto DSP before adhering to card front .

Really loved this one ,  Card Art Domestic Goddess 1950's which was inked with Brocade Blue and layered onto some Old Olive card before adhering to DSP on card front .  Sentiment is from Inkadinkado  .  Gingham ribbon  and brads from my stash .
Would like to see if this card will suit a challenge of Anything goes  here http://catchthebugblog.blogspot.com/2011/08/august-anything-goes-challenge.html
 Well that is another quick posting .
Tomorrow is Monday so will be an early DT member  post for Make it Monday .Just have to choose my pick of the week . Hope to see you then .
Catch you again soon , cheers for now , Shirley-Anne.

14 comments:

Sandy said...

Shirley, these do look fabulous, and not too large like we thought at the beginning, 2 wonderful cards,
Sandy

Beebeebabs said...

Both cards are absolutely beautiful and thanks for the tip on inking - great work tfs!!!

jimlynn said...

Fabulous cards! I like that second one too with it stamped in the blue with the olive backing. Thanks for the tip about using a brayer on larger images - I have a couple of large images and it's always so hard to get them stamped right...I'll try the brayer next time.
Lynn

Anne-Marie said...

Hi Shirley-Anne! I'm lovin' these latest cards you've created....ages since I used a brayer...might have to dig in the drawer for mine....ha!
You asked about the Retro Chef image....he's lovely, isn't he?
I'm pretty sure I snagged him from Paulette at Create with TLC. She's recently changed the length of time that freebies are available, so if you have trouble snagging it, maybe I could email a copy to you? Just let me know. Hugs

Mrs.B said...

Two great cards, and both look stunning just inked.
Avril

Lisa Jane said...

oh Shirley those stamps are fabulous .. i love the retro feel - i bet you will get a lot of use from them
Lisa x

coldwaters2 said...

Oh these are fantastic Shirley-Ann, I love vintage and nostalgia so these are a big hit with me, the colours are just perfect.
Hugs
Lorraine x

Annmaree (Emu) said...

oh these look awesome, I have seen those in the catalogue and really admired them, you did awesome with them!LOVE EM!

Jodie Mackrell said...

great card! thanks for playing this weeks Bugaboo challenge at catch the bug!

Alicia said...

Hi Shirley,
Have just had a good look around your blog. You are making some truely beautiful cards and getting so much enjoyment from it. It is so good to see.
Alicia xx

melissasack said...

I really like these larger stamps. Thanks for shareing and thanks for joining us at Bugaboo this week.

Tammy said...

WOW both of these are beautiful! Fantastic images!! Thanks for playing along with us at Catch the Bug!
Tammy

Bouncy, Flouncy, Fun,Fun, Fun said...

Great cards with some really great images! Thanks for joining us in this weeks challenge at Catch The Bug!

:)Becky

Monica said...

They are both so nice in their own ways... one typically masculine while the other is feminine. Love that sentiment on the second card and all the images are so very sweet... the aprons, the old fashioned telephone and all.
Thank you, dear Shirley-Anne for your kind words. It keeps me going and creating more cards. My cards may not be the best that are around in this lovely world of blogging but it is my little way of paying back for so much.
And blogging has just reinforced all that so well. Little did I know that when I started on this journey just a year ago...

Hugs,

Monica